Book is now available: How to Improve and Protect your Mental Health 

The opposite of being mentally ill is not being mentally healthy. It is simply not being ill.  
Many people who recover, after suffering from depression or anxiety, have what is called lethargic mental health. They are neither mentally ill or mentally healthy.  
Researchers have identified habits you can bring into your daily life that can help you achieve flourishing mental health. 
People with flourishing mental health experience far more positive than negative emotions, feel more positive about themselves, have better and more meaningful relationships and are emotionally resilient. 
 
 
 
This evidence-based book explains how you can achieve flourishing mental health. Researchers have identified the habits and skills that mentally healthy people use, every day, to improve and protect their mental health. They are all learnable behaviours such as keeping a gratitude diary, being more compassionate, practicing self-kindness, learning how to use an optimistic explanatory style, and developing emotional resilience. If you build these habits and skills into your daily life, you will become mentally healthier and substantially less at risk of developing depression, anxiety or PTSD. This book presents evidence from leading researchers that will improve and protect your mental health. And it shows you how to use the habits of mentally healthy people. 

About the Author  

Eddie Bannon is the director of a mental health charity and won a UK National Training Award for his suicide prevention programme ‘Mind Your Mate’. He designs and delivers bespoke mental health training for police forces, veterinary organisations, universities, students’ unions, and schools. He is currently completing post-graduate studies in the Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health at King’s College London. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland

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